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Which Fish Are Consumed in November?

November, when the weather starts to cool down, is a month when winter fish increase as the sea water starts to cool down. That is why one of the questions asked the most is which fish are consumed in November.Consuming fish in season is very important for both taste and the continuation of the fish generation. Thanks to the omega-3, calcium, magnesium and minerals it contains, it provides a great support to our immunity in winter.

Anchovy, horse mackerel, toric, atlantic bonito, gray mullet, mackerel and sea bream decorate the tables in their freshest form.

The first fish that comes to mind is anchovy. It is consumed from October onwards, it is fattier and more abundant in November. When the fishing season starts, one of the first fish that comes to mind after anchovies is atlantic bonito. In November, the migration to warm seas coincides with around the Bosphorus.

This month is the peak of the toric run. Horse mackerel is consumed in all seasons, but it is the most delicious fish between November and February. This month, as the seawater cools down, the meat becomes fat and flavorful.

Mullet, a saltwater fish that lives in all seas in our country, helps protect brain functions thanks to the plenty of vitamins and minerals it contains.

Mackerel is one of the fish that live in the Marmara Sea. In November, it gets its fattiest and most delicious form. It plays an important role in the regeneration of the lungs and liver.

With many fish being at their most delicious during this period, there are various options for fish lovers. This is why we answered the question which fish are consumed in November?We are looking forward to see you at Sunmare if you want to enjoy a nice dinner with your loved ones at a fresh, delicious, and varied table.

You may find the fish calendar we have created for you here if you are looking for an answer to the question of which fish to eat when throughout the wealthiest parts of the fishing season.

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